November 27, 2008
"For this association of members to choose to outsource its leadership would, I believe, be an abdication of our responsibility," Curly Haugland, an RNC member from North Dakota and the former North Dakota Republican Party chairman, wrote in an e-mail to Mr. Steele.Yeah cowboy, that's been working out really well so far under the leadership of Mike "Who??" Duncan.
Mr. Haugland called on Mr. Steele to quit the contest for Republican national chairman because he is not an RNC member.
"In my estimation, 168 committed members of the Republican National Committee are a powerful army of qualified advocates for Republican principles; certainly much more threatening to the Democrats than one celebrity spokesman," Mr. Haugland said.
November 24, 2008
The only thing I know about him is that he just recently cut off a 12-year membership at a Columbia, SC country club that doesn't admit African-Americans. But don't worry, he's suddenly decided that he's, like, totally mad about it and stuff. He's asked them to change their rules.
I don't want someone belonging to a restricted country club in any GOP leadership position, especially when he'll have to be refuting the policies of the first African-American president. Which, I guess, means that The Stupid Party will choose him in a landslide.
November 21, 2008
November 17, 2008
November 13, 2008
For real guys, get over yourselves.
P.S. - the interview went well, I think. (A Congressman-elect saying that he's recommending you to his Chief of Staff is good, right?)
November 08, 2008
Sen. McCain did not allow a nanosecond to go buy without issuing a sanctimonius, full-throated condemnation of any Republican who dared use Sen. Obama's middle name, mention Jeremiah Wright, or otherwise trash The One.Good question.
So where is the vigorous defense of his running-mate?
For more awesome, listen to Mark Levin's Nov. 7 show.
November 07, 2008
November 06, 2008
I should note, I do not at all agree with these rules, but these are what they seem to be.
November 05, 2008
Well, yesterday, you made some choices. Some choices that I don't really agree with. But that's okay. You're still my favorite country. Always will be. I promise.
But now, I'd like to take a few of you aside and have a word or two with you...
•The GOP: Hey, guys, you get to try your hand at being an opposition party again. Won't that be fun? The good news is that Congress is going to be run by Dingy Harry and Botox Nan. The bad news? You're a bunch of retards. Oh, and the next time a Presidential election comes around, how's about we don't go for "The Guy Who's Been Waiting in Line the Longest" or "The
Person Who We Think The Media Might Find 'Electable,'" m'kay? I got behind McCain because he's an honorable man and because he was damn-well better qualified than his opponent, but he wasn't a conservative, and guess what? Well, you know what, don't you? God, I hope so.
•The Left/Obamatons: Wow, you won! Congratulations! Now, prepare to be disappointed. A lot. Have you noticed that The One hasn't been talking much about Iraq lately? That's because he knows that he's not going to be pulling us out of there like he promised you. We're gonna be there in some capacity for quite some time. And there's a whole raft of other promises that he made you that he's not going to be able to deliver on, either. You thought you were getting Teh New Messiah, but you just got a Chicago Ward-Heeler. Deal with it.
•Moderates/Swing-Voters: You people had a choice between a centrist Republican who's got a long (probably too long) record of bipartisanship and a well-established career in public service, or an empty suit who promised a lot of airy-fairy platitudes about Hope and Change while voting in lockstep with the Dems and talking about socialism and destroying the coal-based part of our energy infrastructure (way to go, Pennsylvania!) in his more candid moments. You also handed more control over to Congressional Democrats at the same time. All I can say about all that is that Buyer's Remorse is a bitch.
•African-Americans: I know, you never thought you'd see the First Black President within your lifetime, but here he is! Let's all hope he doesn't fuck things up so badly that you never see another. Oh, and can we hear a little bit less about "institutionalized racism" now? No? Well, it was worth a shot. And, yeah, I'm probably a racist for bringing it up.
•The MSM: Fuck you. You're dead to me.
•President-Elect Obama: Congrats on your big win. I haven't yet decided whether or not I'm going to channel your more childish followers and act like they have toward W. over the last seven years ("Not My President," etc.) or if I'm going to rise above and be a bigger man, but you can rest assured that every time you fuck up, I'll be right there. You've got a big job on your hands, and I hope you keep America safe, but it's my job now to criticize your every mistake. And when people like me criticize those mistakes, the cries of "RACIST!" are going to wear thin pretty fast.
•Vice President-Elect Biden: Don't you change a thing. Stay gold, Pluggyboy.
I blame Putin. Of course, that's my current default position of blame for everything from breaking my kitchen faucet to my not suddenly waking up 6 feet tall and a perfect size 2. Putin's fault, all of it.
So, fellow Morons, who do you blame?
(I mean, more so than usual.)
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